National Grid is promising electricity customers some relief in their next bill.
The utility company says April bills should drop by about 40 percent.
However, there will be an added charge on your may bill, reflecting last month's record cold.
The good news, the company says that charge will be lower than the one you saw in March.
In many cases, customers have seen their bills double since January.
National Grid has blamed the increases on the cold weather, which it says, pushed up demand and in turn, pushed up rates.